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How to Participate in National Infertility Awareness Week in 2021

This year, National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) offers the theme of #WhatIWantYouToKnow. So often, women and men experiencing infertility feel a sense of embarrassment or shame over their diagnosis. It can be so challenging to exist in a world where it feels like everyone you know is having babies and you’re scheduling fertility appointments between

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How Endometriosis Affects Fertility

It’s estimated that approximately 30% to 50% of women struggling with infertility have endometriosis. In fact, many women first discover that they have the condition when seeking fertility care after unsuccessfully trying to conceive. Like many disorders, endometriosis affects bodies differently and can cause infertility in a variety of ways. Endometriosis occurs when the lining

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National Infertility Awareness Week: What Younger Women Need to Know

When people talk about female infertility, most people assume that it’s something only women in their late 30s and early 40s have to deal with. While it’s true that female fertility declines naturally as we age, this sentiment can unintentionally deceive younger women into thinking that they don’t have to think about their fertility health

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Five Facts about Female Fertility That Might Surprise You

When discussing female fertility, there’s often two extremes: either too much pressure is placed on women from an early age to lay out future family planning goals or there is a total disregard for age, medical conditions and family history that may play a role in your ability to conceive. There’s a healthy balance between

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Are You Having Trouble Getting Pregnant?

Couples are often surprised to learn that conception can take a longer period of time than expected.  Perhaps you know someone who needed fertility testing or treatment, but you may still be surprised to learn just how many couples struggle to conceive. According to RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association, one in eight couples will experience

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Fertility for Your Future: Fertility Care in Your 20’s and Early 30’s

For women who are not yet ready to build a family, thinking about and taking care of your fertility are probably not top priority. When you’re in your 20’s and early 30’s, it’s easy to assume that when you want to get pregnant, you’ll be able to do so without issue. In fact, many women

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